The hardest part of breaking up is ... finding the right time to reunite?
MTV's fake boy band 2gether is hoping to reunite for a documentary parody, TMZ reports.
Alex Solowitz aka Mickey Parke aka the "bad boy" of the group tells the site that he and the remaining members of 2gether want to film a faux documentary chronicling the band's reunion and work on a new song. Michael Cuccione, who played QT, died in 2001 after a long battle with cancer, but Solowitz tells TMZ a major amount of the proceeds from the project would go to Cuccione's foundation.
2gether was MTV's first original TV movie when it premiered in 2000, and was turned into a TV series soon after. Although fake, the band released albums, toured with Britney Spears and had notable hits including "U + Me = Us (Calculus)," "Say It (Don't Spray It)" and "The Hardest Part of Breaking Up (Is Getting Back Your Stuff").
According to Solowitz, the next step is getting MTV and 2gether's creators to sign off on the project. "Ok, here's the plan I need everybody, all of you to tell everyone about this. We need this to go insanely viral so MTV can't turn us down," Solowitz wrote on his Facebook page. "You all have done an amazing job of blowing this up, let's take it to the next level!"
Do you want 2gether to get back, well, together?